• 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 1999 Silver Porsche 911 for sale in South Jordan, UT

Swipe to see 29 photos | View Larger

1999 Porsche 911 Carrera 4

Mileage: 100,401

South Jordan, UT | Posted September 18, 2020

$17,996

Super clean and well cared for, this all-wheel drive 911 C4 Cabriolet Tiptronic has been the spoilt child of our car family. This car started out life in California, and came to Salt Lake City in 2010 where it was sold by Strong Porsche in downtown SLC. Serviced regularly at Strong Porsche until 2015, and after that at independent Porsche specialists in the valley. Previous two owners were a car collector and a policeman.
The car is a Tiptronic which a lot of Porsche enthusiasts might frown at. One of the first things done to the car was the installation of a Sprint Booster throttle modulator, which makes the utterly bomb proof ZF transmission work like a modern transmission in sport mode. Compared to my 2012 Camaro SS, this transmission feels a lot peppier. If you're on the fence between manual or automatic, I would invite you to take a test drive first before you discard the Tiptronic. The difference is really that great.
One big advantage of the Tiptronic over a manual transmission is that you have no risk of the engine ever having been over-revved. If you use a diagnostic tool like the Durametric or a factory Porsche diagnostic tool, you can query the ECU for any records of the car having been revved above the limit due to someone missing a shift or accidentally going to 2nd instead of 4th gear. This can be fatal to the engine, damaging valve seats and substantially reducing the life of the engine. This transmission had a full service at 98,000 miles and is due for the next one at 188,000 miles as per Porsche recommended maintenance.
The car has had over $8,500 in upgrades and maintenance in the last year, including new Alpine head unit with HD radio, Apple Car, speakers & amplifier, and rear view camera. IMS bearing upgraded at 81,000 miles, with documentation. Rotors and pads at 91,000 miles. New spark plugs, engine mounts, accessory drive belt, front & rear differential fluids, new tires, 4 wheel alignment, etc. Complete service records since 2003 when the car came off original factory warranty. The are no oil leaks, no cracked bushings, and no mechanical issues to worry about. I have detailed inspection records to share with a prospective buyer and can provide references to a local Porsche specialist shop that will provide any further details you might need. Of course I'd be happy to work with you if you'd like an independent mechanic to take a look at it on your behalf too.
As with any classic European sports car, proper maintenance and repairs are key. Buying a cheap example for $12,000 from a dealership with no records of prior maintenance or repairs is a recipe for a bad ownership experience. There are no short cuts to be had here, and you can rest assured this vehicle has had nothing but the best with no expenses spared to keep it in tip top shape.
Upcoming maintenance includes replacing the front sway bar bushings that are getting old, as well as flushing and replacing the power steering fluid. Not very expensive and well within the realm of a DIY job.
Interior is in good shape with normal wear & tear for a 21 year old vehicle. Exterior is also in very good shape with no dings or scratches, although you will find small chips on the front bumper if you look closely.
The car has Porsche original car cover, wind breaker, and the ugly black vinyl thing that you put on the front to avoid rock chips in the paint on long journeys. I also have two books including a complete reference guide to Porsche 996 and a DIY manual with pictures and step-by=step instructions in case you'd like to do some simple work yourself.
I'm selling the car to buy a faster 911, probably a 2008-2010 911 Turbo or similar. Sold my 2019 Jeep Wrangler Moab last week and looking to pool the proceeds of the two together to up the ante a little bit... Once you start driving a Porsche like this you end up wanting more of it!
Two keys with Porsche key fobs, clean title in hand, and ready for its new owner. Asking $17,996 OBO.
Super clean and well cared for, this all-wheel drive 911 C4 Cabriolet Tiptronic has been the spoilt child of our car family. This car started out life in California, and came to Salt Lake City in 2010 where it was sold by Strong Porsche in downtown SLC. Serviced regularly at Strong Porsche until 2015, and after that at independent Porsche specialists in the valley. Previous two owners were a car collector and a policeman.
The car is a Tiptronic which a lot of Porsche enthusiasts might frown at. One of the first things done to the car was the installation of a Sprint Booster throttle modulator, which makes the utterly bomb proof ZF transmission work like a modern transmission in sport mode. Compared to my 2012 Camaro SS, this transmission feels a lot peppier. If you're on the fence between manual or automatic, I would invite you to take a test drive first before you discard the Tiptronic. The difference is really that great.
One big advantage of the Tiptronic over a manual transmission is that you have no risk of the engine ever having been over-revved. If you use a diagnostic tool like the Durametric or a factory Porsche diagnostic tool, you can query the ECU for any records of the car having been revved above the limit due to someone missing a shift or accidentally going to 2nd instead of 4th gear. This can be fatal to the engine, damaging valve seats and substantially reducing the life of the engine. This transmission had a full service at 98,000 miles and is due for the next one at 188,000 miles as per Porsche recommended maintenance.
The car has had over $8,500 in upgrades and maintenance in the last year, including new Alpine head unit with HD radio, Apple Car, speakers & amplifier, and rear view camera. IMS bearing upgraded at 81,000 miles, with documentation. Rotors and pads at 91,000 miles. New spark plugs, engine mounts, accessory drive belt, front & rear differential fluids, new tires, 4 wheel alignment, etc. Complete service records since 2003 when the car came off original factory warranty. The are no oil leaks, no cracked bushings, and no mechanical issues to worry about. I have detailed inspection records to share with a prospective buyer and can provide references to a local Porsche specialist shop that will provide any further details you might need. Of course I'd be happy to work with you if you'd like an independent mechanic to take a look at it on your behalf too.
As with any classic European sports car, proper maintenance and repairs are key. Buying a cheap example for $12,000 from a dealership with no records of prior maintenance or repairs is a recipe for a bad ownership experience. There are no short cuts to be had here, and you can rest assured this vehicle has had nothing but the best with no expenses spared to keep it in tip top shape.
Upcoming maintenance includes replacing the front sway bar bushings that are getting old, as well as flushing and replacing the power steering fluid. Not very expensive and well within the realm of a DIY job.
Interior is in good shape with normal wear & tear for a 21 year old vehicle. Exterior is also in very good shape with no dings or scratches, although you will find small chips on the front bumper if you look closely.
The car has Porsche original car cover, wind breaker, and the ugly black vinyl thing that you put on the front to avoid rock chips in the paint on long journeys. I also have two books including a complete reference guide to Porsche 996 and a DIY manual with pictures and step-by=step instructions in case you'd like to do some simple work yourself.
I'm selling the car to buy a faster 911, probably a 2008-2010 911 Turbo or similar. Sold my 2019 Jeep Wrangler Moab last week and looking to pool the proceeds of the two together to up the ante a little bit... Once you start driving a Porsche like this you end up wanting more of it!
Two keys with Porsche key fobs, clean title in hand, and ready for its new owner. Asking $17,996 OBO.

Specifications

  • Year: 1999  
  • Make: Porsche  
  • Model: 911  
  • Trim: Carrera 4  
  • Body: Convertible  
  • Mileage: 100,401  
  • VIN: WP0CA2999XS654744  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Silver  
  • Interior Color: Black  
  • Transmission: Automatic  
  • Liters: 3.4L  
  • Cylinders: 6  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 2  
  • Exterior Condition: Very Good  
  • Interior Condition: Very Good  
  • Drive Type: 4-Wheel Drive  
  • Ad Number 6604063
  • Page Views 989 Views
  • Favorite of 23 People
  • Member Since Oct 2012

Report Abuse Form

Please completely fill out the form and re-submit.
Check All That Apply Click on the ? next to each category below for more info
Wrong or Deceptive Price, Wrong Phone # or disconnected. Misleading or confusing item/service description. Ad is being used to send a message rather than sell an item/service.
This ad is not in the appropriate section/subsection of the classifieds.
This ad contains inappropriate images/text which is considered to be offensive. This ad is being used to play a joke on someone.
This same ad/item/service by this seller is found elsewhere in the classifieds.
Cancel

Important Safety Tip

This ad has been on the site less than 24 hours.

We work hard to protect you and this service from fraud. As with any classifieds service please be aware of the warning signs relative to buying and selling online. Concerned about this ad?

More Ads From This Seller

You may want to drive

    Vin Info Has Changed

    What’s this mean?

    KSL Cars uses VIN info to automatically pull details about vehicles listed on the site. The seller edited some info when they created this listing – the changes they made are marked with this symbol.

    This doesn’t always mean something is wrong – we just think you should know that changes were made. But it’s probably a good idea to ask the seller about them. As always, if you don’t feel comfortable about it, do not proceed with the purchase.

    Click here to get even more info on how to protect yourself.

    Vin Info Has Changed

    What’s this mean?

    KSL Cars uses VIN info to automatically pull details about vehicles listed on the site. The seller edited some info when they created this listing – the changes they made are marked with this symbol.

    This doesn’t always mean something is wrong – we just think you should know that changes were made. But it’s probably a good idea to ask the seller about them. As always, if you don’t feel comfortable about it, do not proceed with the purchase.

    Click here to get even more info on how to protect yourself.

    // TODO: Remove along with statcontroller few month after release of BQ // END TODO